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Jillian's idyllic vacation has become a living nightmare.
She graduated from St. Stephen's High School with honors, and after befriending three popular cheerleaders she tutored senior year, all four girls plan to spend an amazing week together at a secluded cabin on Crescent Lake.
But while jogging through the woods, Jillian takes a wrong turn and plunges down a ravine, injuring herself. Jeremiah Wolfe, a young local, finds her and carries her to his shack deep in the forest. His kindness and care gradually evolve into obsessive control as he refuses to go for help. He tells her that God brought her to be his wife, the helpmate he's been praying for.
What follows is a harrowing cat-and-mouse game as Jillian attempts to escape only to be thwarted by Jeremiah's uncanny ability to predict her every move. He won't allow anything - or anyone - to come between them. As the body count rises, Jillian realizes no one will be able to rescue her from this psychotic killer. She has to save herself, even if it means disobeying the 6th commandment: Thou shalt not murder.
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- Kristina R.
A girls’ vacation turning into a nightmare
This story starts as a tale of a couple of college girls going on vacation together and the dynamics among them. It gradually turns into a harrowing tale as one of them, Jillian, gets lost, injured and ends up in the “care” of the fanatic Jeremiah and his dog Duder.
The story is crafted wonderfully, really portraying the emotional journey of Jillian and her gradual growth. It’s also fascinating to experience the contrast between two devout people, only that for one of them his belief has gone way too far into fanaticism, and how that plays out.
The performance of the narrator, Gina Marie Davies, is amazing - particularly her character and dialogue work is super captivating to immerse oneself in. This performance has quickly and easily turned her into one of my favorite narrators.
Full disclosure: While I have received a free copy for review purposes, it had no impact on my opinion or the review given.
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- Linda J.
This story of this book was unexpected. I enjoyed it but it did drag in places. Would recommend.
Amazing audiobook loved every minute
She graduated from St. Stephen's High School with honors
Can’t wait for more in the series